What is the correct spelling for CAGHT?

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Correct spellings for CAGHT

  • aught But, first of all, you yourself are neither just nor wise if you seek in wisdom and justice aught else but wisdom and justice alone.
  • baht In 2009, a new series of Thai baht coins were released in circulation.
  • cabot Another expedition left Bristol in 1498, but while it is now generally believed that Cabot coasted the shores of North America from Labrador or Cape Breton as far as Cape Hatteras, we have no details of this famous voyage, and are even ignorant of the date when the fleet returned to England.
  • cachet He wished to give to every man his rights; to the accused, the power of being defended; to protestants, liberty of conscience; to authors, the liberty of the press; to every Frenchman, personal freedom; and he proposed the abolition of the torture, the re- establishment of the edict of Nantes, and the suppression of lettres de cachet and of the censure.
  • cad And amidst echoes of that terrible cry the Cad was driven forth.
  • cadet It happened that Miguel during these days twice met the ex-cadet.
  • cage He curled down very languidly on the floor of the cage , and seemed to wish to be let alone.
  • cant Prolixity characterised these solemn utterances, packed full of cant phrases such as "undigested securities" and "the treacherous attack on the nation's integrity."
  • capet "We have got little Capet in there," he said dryly.
  • carat
  • card
  • caret
  • cart
  • cash
  • cast
  • cat
  • catty I had to stay and give a last dig to that catty Alice Fern, she added breathlessly, catching up with Molly.
  • coat
  • coot
  • cot
  • ct
  • curt
  • cut
  • cwt The works at Langenberg yielded, in 1863, as the result of the operations of 60 days of 12 hours each, 125,000 cwt .
  • gait
  • gatt
  • get
  • ghat
  • gut
  • naught
  • taught
  • Caged Showers of spray were flung shoreward; and looking up at the wet glistening cliffs Marjorie wondered whether foothold would be possible upon them, and what her feelings would be were she to find herself caged between the cliffs and the breakers.
  • Can't I can't tell you how it hurts me.
  • Caught
  • Git
  • Got
  • Cato
  • GT
  • CAPT
  • CATT
  • CAPH
  • KART